The classic 1993 Western Tombstone is full of memorable quotes from Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and the infamous Cowboys of Southern Arizona. Here’s a look at the movie’s lines that’ve stuck around.
Nearly 30 years after its release, Tombstone is still considered one of the best Western movies ever made. The cult classic, along with others like Unforgiven, Dances with Wolves and The Quick and the Dead, breathed new life into the Western genre in the ’90s, and to this day modern films still pay h...
The 1960s and ’70s ushered in a golden era of Old West magazine publishing, and today these aged-but-entertaining Western mags can still be found in bookstores, antique shops and online.
One of my favorite sections of any used bookstore – Bookmans in Arizona, mostly – is the old magazines. Weathered copies of Arizona Highways and National Geographic are always interesting, but there’s something particularly alluring about the bold, pulpy covers of vintage Western mags.
After collecting them o...
When the Golden Spike connected Central Pacific and Union Pacific rails at Promontory Summit, Utah, in May 1869, the Transcontinental Railroad was built. And Westward expansion was just heating up.
By 1860, the United States had more than 30,000 miles of railroad, mostly concentrated in the Northeast and Midwest, connecting major hubs like New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and St. Louis.
This was well and good, but folks wanted to get out to the West coast, where rumors of good land, resources ...
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Leaves of Grass is now considered an icon of American poetry, but it wasn’t an overnight success. The first two editions of the collection sold modestly, and in 1858, at the age of 39, Walt Whitman was far from becoming the folk legend he is today.
Known for its water-resistant and tough-as-nails durability, waxed canvas was a staple of England and Scotland’s sailing culture. Today, innovative companies across the globe are putting their own take on the fabric, and we’re not complaining.
For many firms, their search engine success hinges on doing the small things right, focusing on the fundamentals to produce cost-effective campaigns with a positive ROI.
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Social media and affiliate marketing don’t always click. In some cases, your social media strategy may need tweaking in order to become an effective part of your affiliate endeavors. If you’re experiencing social media disconnect, one of these common situations may be to blame.